NVIDIA TNT(&2) Vanta aladdin GeForce (all) quadro Driver Download

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Supported Models

TNT(&2) Vanta aladdin GeForce (all) quadro Driver

Manufacturers

NVIDIA

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

WinXP_21.83.exe (6.4 MB)

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Uploader Notes

works on XP and 2000!

TNT

TNT2/TNT2 Pro

TNT2 Ultra

TNT2 M64/M64 Pro

Vanta/Vanta LT

Aladdin TNT2

GeForce 256

GeForce2 Pro

GeForce2 GTS

GeForce2 MX/MX 400/MX 200/MX 100

GeForce2 Ti

GeForce2 Ultra

GeForce3

GeForce3 Ti 200/Ti 500

Quadro

Quadro DCC

Quadro2 MXR

Quadro2 Pro

Quadro2 EX

Enjoy!

Uploaded By

Darksun (DG Member) on 25-Nov-2001

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